FOR TODAY Monday, May 11th
Outside my window. . .
there is frost. Can you believe frost in May! Oh how I long to plant my garden. Maybe next week.
I am thinking. . .
of all the wonderful things that we will do today. Baking, snuggling, reading, crafting, and so much more. I love being mom to three wonderful girls.
I am thankful. . .
for everyday that I have with my husband and children. I don't want to waste a minute.
From the learning rooms. . .
the girls are working diligently on their science fair projects. I love to see where their interests and passions take them.
From the kitchen. . .
the smell of Honey Oat Bread fresh from the oven. YUMMY!
I am wearing. . .
my favorite denim jumper and the new blouse I made last week.
I am creating. . .
a vest for Rebekah's doll, Rosy. It is the first thing I have knit in over 10 years.
I am going. . .
to the Met Coffee House tonight to teach a class on blogging to other mothers in our homeschool group.
I am reading. . .
Clean House, Clean Planet by Karen Logan. A wonderfully easy guide to making your own household cleaners.
I am hoping. . .
the new blog I created for our homeschool group meets every one's liking and that tonight's class goes well.
I am hearing. . .
the giggles of my three sweet girls and the tiny cheep, cheep, cheep of our 5 day old chickens (all 19 of them) that we are keeping in the kitchen until the coop is built.
Around the house. . .
there is always so much to be done (laundry, cleaning, cooking, shopping, organizing), but I love the fact that most, if not all, of it can go one the back burner when one of the girls come to me with a grand plan for the afternoon.
One of my favorite things...
toddler kisses that last minutes.
A few plans for the rest of the week. . .
music class, karate, poetry class, bird watching, and a girly weekend - Dad will be away fishing with Grampa.
Here is picture thought I am sharing. . .
I love these big blue eyes. They see the world with such inocence and joy. I wonder how different the world would be if we all could see the world through the eyes of a child.
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